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Old 09-05-2012, 07:56 PM
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Exclamation Front passenger wheel or brake popping

Ok so here is where I'm at. This is driving me crazy since I have someone coming to possibly buy the truck tomorrow. I removed the front passenger wheel due to a grinding noise. Then I removed the caliper and mount. Checked everything out noticed it needed pads. With no money to replace I reinstalled everything. I put wheel back on and tightened the lug nuts. While driving off I heard a "pop". It happened about every 10 ft. Backed up in driveway thinking maybe my lug nuts wernt tight enough. Got out the breaker bar and ended up breakin a stud off. So I can till that out. What yAll think? Now I did remove the locking hub And turned the axle by hand to make sure it wasn't locked up. Then reinstalled. Anyways any help would be appreciated
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